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don't buy it. congressman allen grayson a loud and proud progressive and is working with voters in his district. we'll tell you how he's doing it coming up in "the playbook." >>> but this is the story that has me fired up tonight. i, arch 20 months of saying no to every piece of legislation that the president put on on the table for the american people and on the agenda. came out with their pledge to america today. john boehner and their croonies, they're pretty slick. let's see, they took off their coats and silk ties and even rolled up their sleeves just like you, the working vote. and they unveiled their 21-page plan at the tart lumber yard in sterling virginia, here's the tan man. >> the american people are speaking out like never before. they're concerned about the future of our nation and the future for their children. and they see a government in washington that isn't listening, doesn't get it, and frankly, the american people that washington really doesn't care. we're here today to put forth a new governing agenda built by a -- listening to the american people that offers a new
morning, grayson. good morning, america. i'm robin roberts. >> and i'm george stephanopoulos. >>> also this morning, you saw a little in our last half hour. stephen colbert back to talk about his upcoming march on washington. he is getting very serious. >> very serious. yeah, right. >> we'll talk to him in just a moment. >>> and we do have something serious and incredibly touching. it was brought to us by our affiliate in dallas, wfaa. this is a moment you will never forget. two moms, bound together by an extraordinary gift. and we promise, just promise you, the story's going to make your day. it floored everyone. >> that comes up in our 8:00 half hour. just to be on the safe side, have a box of kleenex there. >>> we're going to begin with the parents of the 3-year-old boy, who are ordered to return their adoptive son to his biological father. grayson vaughn's parents say an ohio supreme court decision is going to rip him from the family he's ever known. we're going to talk to the vaughns in a moment. first, barbara pinto has more on their story. >> reporter: christy vaughn didn't give
is by alan grayson against daniel webster who he calls taliban dan. >> right here in central florida. >> why submit yourself to your own husband. >> daniel webster wants to impose his ratd cad fundamentalism on us. >> she should submit to me. that's in the bible. >> webster tried to deny battered women medical care and the right to divorce their abusers. he wants to force women of rape to have a child. >> taliban stone people do-to-death and murder american troops. this is really what passes for political discourse today and if a republican did this to a democrat liberals would be outraged. it's a low blow but what's false about this ad is the way mr. webster's statements were ed edited, she should submit to me. we asked the context and they sent us the full statement made by mr. webster about keeping a journal and writing down verses from the bible. >> find a verse. i have a verse for my wife. i have verses for my wife. don't pick the ones that say she should submit to me. that's in the bible, but pick the ones that you're supposed to do, so instead that you love your wife, even as christ l
grayson? >>> and mr. colbert goes to washington. why stephen colbert is testifying before congress. and why the only thing we need is fear itself. he's there live this morning. >>> good morning, everyone. with colbert here, we need you at full strength. >> i feel a lot better than i look. i have jake tapper, just in case my voice gives out. jake is willing to help. >> put me in, coach. i'm ready. >> shove me out of the way. >> for a second, i thought he was too eager to jump in there. >>> let's get to the news this morning. the republican party pledge to america. they're unveiling it today. just six weeks before the midterm elections. spelling out exactly what they would do if they took control of congress. promising to shrink the size of government. get control of the deficit. we saw president obama lashing out at it already last night. and we'll have paul ryan here. the congressman. he's one of the party's rising stars. we'll talk about it in a couple minutes. >>> also this morning, we'll hear the chilling confession of one of the men accused in the brutal home invasion in connec
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intelligence by trickier. trickery. this is by alan grayson running against daniel webster who he calls "taliban dan." >> religious fanatics try to take away our freedom in afghanistan and iran and right here in central florida. >> why submit yourself to your own husband. >> daniel webster wants to impose his radical fundamentalism on us. >> she should submit to me. that's in the bible. >> webster tried to deny battered women medical care and the right to divorce their abusers. >> submit to me. he wants to force raped women to bear the child. >> submit to me. >> of taliban dan webster, hands off our bodies and our laws. >> labeling your opponent, "the taliban" is deeply offensive and flat-out wrong. they murder american troops. stone people to death. is this what passes for political discourse today? if a republican did this to a democrat, liberals would be outraged. it's a low blow. what's false is about the way congressman grayson edited mr. webster's statements repeatedly saying, she should submit to me. submit to me. it sounds all very ominous. we asked for the context of those stat
killers showing up. >>> all that, plus how about alan grayson compares his challenger to the taliban? in a serious conversation with a supreme court justice from minnesota on education. you're watching "the ed show" on msnbc. ♪ hi, a number two please? would you like that to hurt now, or later? uh, what? sir, it's a simple question, do you want heartburn pain now or later? [ male announcer ] these heartburn medicines make you choose between hurting now, or later. pepcid® complete doesn't. it starts to neutralize acid in seconds and keeps it under control all day or all night. sometimes you gotta make compromises, man. [ male announcer ] no you don't, man. pepcid® complete works now and works later. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." and the "battleground" story, new jersey governor's chris christie's assault on our nation's teachers. i figured while we're focusing on education i'd do my part and expose this guy as public enemy number one when it comes to schools. he slashed public education funding more than $800 million and gave tax cuts to millionaires in new jersey. when he's
to you. >> sean: next, congressman grayson is coming under heavy criticism for his latest campaign attack ad on his opponent. we'll explain why democrats and republicans are saying he went too far. that and much more, c >> sean: the democrats stranglehold on both houses of congress could be broken 35 days from now. on the house side the gop needs 40 seats to take the gravel from princess nancy pelosi. on the senate side republicans need 10 seats to regain control of the majority. tonight to help us gauge the likelihood of a republican revolution in the senate, we turn to new fox battleground polls. in wisconsin it appears that left wing senator russ feingold's seat in jeopardy. challenger johnson opened up an eight point lead in that race in colorado bennett trails buck by four points. in illinois the race to fill barack obama's former seat is neck-and-neck. kirk leading democrat giannoulias by two points. in a stunning turn of events in washington state, democratic senator murray's seat is in play for the gop. businessman rossi trailing murray by a single point in that race. in ohio form
rating challenge. >>> alan grayson talls his opponent a taliban. why those accusations? he is is a loued to wear a tux to the prom and the male graduation gown. find out why a michigan school said this student can't be homecoming king. >>> an update on the breaking news we have been following. here's the scene of a guy who fell into a well. he has been rescued at this point. it was a county worker who fell into a well at a pump station at st. charles parkway in maryland. apparently the well is about 30 feet deep. the fire department went to pull him out and he has as soon as we know that, we will pass it along. the good news is he has been rescued. searchers are combing the valleys near the hoover dam for a missing hiker. 16-year-old shane mcneal has been missing since saturday when he left necessary a day long spiritual hike. they are searching the area where his cell phone was last detected. the hiking area where he is believed to be is filled with shear cliffs and loose rock. an arizona deputy may have lied blagojevich is speaking at a forum on trust. it's happening in new york city.
buck is polling well above 50% he needs democrat bennet and congressman grayson is starting to feel the affects of the inaccurate and deceptive political ad that he ran targeting his opponent. the polls are just as unforgiving. new poll shows his republican opponent webster leading by seven points. joining me with reaction is former oklahoma congressman, quarterback, good friend, j.c. watts is back. welcome back, sir. >> thanks for having me. good to be back. >> sean: as you examine the polls, you see the atmosphere out there. your general thoughts? >> as i travel around the country, i see there is an energy sean, there's an energy probably that's i think you could say it is a bit similar to 1994 when i was elected. but i think it is much more intense. when you look in ohio with john kasich up by eight points on governor strictland. pat toomey up by eight or nine points. either of those guys or any of those people you just rattled off, up by seven to nine points none would agree those are comfortable leads going into the last month. i think you are going to see nasty politics, as we
of a little boy they named grayson. an ohio woman had given birth to him but christy was the first to hold him. >> it was just her and i, the birth mom. it was just amazing. >> reporter: just weeks after the vaughn's brought their baby home to join their family, they were stunned by this news, grayson's estranged biological father petitioned ohio courts for custody of his son. >> so i never thought we would come to this. i never in my mind ever imagined that we would be here. >> reporter: the vaughns were ordered by a judge to return grayson to his biological father, but they maintained custody after filing an appeal. in what's become a fierce three-year legal battle. >> the chief problem here, and in a lot of adoption cases is that the courts just take too long to get to a final resolution. a child is not a christmas present that can be regifted if the recipient isn't happy. it's been three years. the child's obviously bonded with this family. and to take him away now would be devastating for everybody involved. >> reporter: jason and christy will appear in court later today, where they fear
dowd, former bush political adviser and it has to do with watching alan grayson, the democratic member of congress down there in a republican district. and i've been hearing from more and more democrats saying why aren't more democrats nationally channeling anger the way alan grayson does? >> it does seem to be working for him. but that is district by district judgment. it's also a personality issue. i mean a lot of the guys simply don't have that performance level in them if you want to call it that. and they don't actually feel that way. i mean, alan grayson, within the democratic party, makes some of the most extreme statements within the democratic party about the other side. he's not somebody who is looking to forge a coalition with some republican on a subcommity to try to get a bill moving in a bipartisan way. a lot of the other people are. a lot of the other people try to work in the middle toward legislative targets do have to work with the other side. so it's -- you know, it's not a model that can be intimidated by everyone. >> where do you come down on this great debate with
of context. daniel webster actually said the complete opposite but grayson manipulated it and the ads continue to run which is -- >> what did webster actually say? >> webster actually say i have verses for my wife. don't pick the ones that say she should submit to me. that's in the bible. pick the ones that you're supposed to do. so instead, love your wife. >> when he said don't pick the ones that say -- >> definitively said don't. >> so grayson says submit to me and puts it in a commercial. ok, what shou happen to grayson? should he be stoned to death as the iranians would probably do? what should happen? >> you know, i wouldn't really have any problem with that. i'm joking. >> i think he should be sanctioned. it's awful. and the people in orlando should take that into account because even the orlando newspaper, not a conservative one, but criticized grayson for doing this. >> when it came out this is completely manipulated and everybody is talking about it on both sides, you know, the liberal media and the nonliberal immedia media the fact that is that the ads are still running a
, with the vaughns' adoption still not finalized, grayson's biological father petitioned for custody. he claims he didn't know of the birth or the adoption. now, after a long legal battle, ohio's supreme court has ordered the vaughns to return grayson to his biological father. >> we never received a phone call from this guy, we never received, you know, a birthday card. >> reporter: the biological father refused an offer to speak to abc news. in a written statement his lawyer said, my client, the biological father, was awarded legal custody by an ohio court after consideration of all evidence. grayson is already snuggled into his role as a sibling. the vaughns' oldest son senses life is about to change. >> he said, daddy, can we go to the judges while we're here, talk to him about grayson? >> reporter: the vaughns promise to continue fighting to keep grayson part of their family. mike marusarz, abc news, new york. >>> states of emergency have been declared in minnesota and wisconsin because of record flooding. some areas in southern minnesota have been hit with tender inches of rain. a few more in
boy named grayson. an ohio woman had given birth to him but christi was the first to hold him. >> it was amazing. >> reporter: weeks after the vaughns brought their baby home, they were stunned by this news. grayson's's stranged beige father petitioned the court for custody. >> i never thought we would come to this. i never in my mind ever imagined we would be here. >> reporter: the vaughns were ordered by a judge to return the baby to the beige father but it has become a fierce three-year legal battle. >> the cleave problem here and in a lot of adoption cases is the courts take too long to get to a final resolution. a child is not a christmas present that can be regifted. it's been three years since the child bonded with this family. to take him away would be devastating for everyone involved. >> reporter: jason and christi will appear in court lit -- court later today fearing they who have to give him away. >> how do you answer the question. is he going to go to our school, going to ride my bus. >> the attorney for the biological father said the court has ruled in his client
was trying to hide from her parents, and from everybody else. and democratic congressman alan grayson taking a lot of flack for a new ad that is out there attacking his rival, the man you see on the right hand side of your screen, dan webster. that heat is coming from both republicans and democrats towards grace on. dan webster joins us live with his response. >> webster tried to denied battered women medical care and a right to divorce their abusers. he wants to force raped women to bear the child. the taliban dan webster, hands-off our bodies and our laws. martha: fox weather alert for you. tropical storm nicole is drenching parts of southern florida right now. it stretches from deep in the caribbean to almost central florida. janice dean is watching this for us in our extreme weather center. she has an update for us >> reporter: have you got your rain boots out martha martha: i've got them ready >> reporter: nicole is a sloppy mess, a huge system affecting such a large part of the caribbean towards jamaica, getting reports of major flooding across -- across jamaica, cuba and south florida
congressman alan grayson down from central florida. watch the ad. >> i'm congressman grayson and i support this ad. >> taking freedoms in afghanistan, iran and here in central florida. webster tried to deny medical care. >> submit to me. >> he wants to force raped women to bear the child. >> submit to me. >> taliban dan webster. hands off our bodies and our laws. >> i play that ad because democrats have been getting two types of advice how to fight back against the tea party and the enthusiasm gap of the republicans. some say temper the president obama way, very sort of calm, cool, collected way and alan grayson saying fight harder, hit back harder. rough ad comparing taliban, iran to the opponent. he may survive this way, republican wave, and a republican district. what message does that send to democrats? >> interesting thing is anger and frustration out there exists and palpable and evidence to self and republican primaries and evidences itself in primary. ignoring it is a mistake and democrats to tap into some passionate out there because they have a huge gap. where republicans are muc
in florida, and the house race with grayson. grayson. guest: florida, you have three very serious candidates running, governor charlie crist running as an independent, mark rubio and congressman meek. charlie crist has tried to peel away voters in order to advance. rubio is picking up republicans. charlie crist is trying to win more centrist voters. how much success crist has in doing that could well determine the outcome of this race. the alan grayson race, fascinating playing out in orlando. gayson has been very visible an msnbc and liberal talk shows. he has raised a lot of money, not apologized for his support of the republican agenda. can he win in a democratic orlando city is the question. host: how are you going to vote this november? i'll vote republican. i'll go to reasons here. i think all our job situations created with the lack of proper care of incoming goulds in this country. those tariffs are to be used to give tax breaks. tax breaks create balance of trade, give our companies a good footing here in this country to compete. world trade is good. it's a good thing, but it's got
allen grayson likens his opponent to the taliban. >> taliban dan webster, hands off our bodies. >> i think this will actually be the most negative election ever. >> reporter: evan tracy has been tracking political ads for 14 years. >> incumbents are not spending a lot of time going over their bio, they're going straight at opponents. you take the reid race in nevada, the classic example. >> reporter: senate majority leader harry reid calls his opponent extreme, in three separate ads. >> sharron angle, just too extreme. >> reporter: she struck back with this -- >> it may be the most tragic love story of our time. pelosi, obama and harry reid. >> reporter: you don't end up liking anyone when you watch some of these ads because they're so nasty. >> and there's actually some design to that. >> reporter: that's because negative ads turn off voters and depress turnout. which makes it easier for campaigns to figure out just how many voters they need to get to the polls. >> barack obama is the worst president in history. >> reporter: all that negativity makes the rare lighthearted ad stand o
area celebrating a birthday. happy birthday, michael. tomorrow keyon grayson from windsor mill is turning 24. so happy birthday, guys and anybody else out there celebrating, happy birthday as well. >> if you are celebrating a birthday, tell bus your life and date of birth and send it in right now to morning show@wmar.com. >>> we are counting down the days until komen maryland's race for the cure. it's set for sunday october 3rd in hunt valley. abc 2 news will be live on the air to broadcast the event on sunday from 7:00 in the morning until 9:00 in the morning. if you'd like to register for the big race, head to abc2news.com, click on the lifestyle tab. when you get there, scroll down and click on think pink. >>> last-minute rehearsals are taking place for stand up to cancer. this is a telethon that airs tonight on all four major networks. more than 70 stars will be participating. >> i've lost some important people to cancer, and it's a personal thing with me. it's just not some abstract idea. >> stand up to cancer begins at 8:00 right here on abc 2. by the way, the first sta
happy birthday. tomorrow is keyon grayson's birthday turning 24. happy birthday to both of you. >> to join the birthday club, send us a short e-mail and your picture sent to wmar.com. >>> neighbors heard a loud roar then a thud. >> but it wasn't a plane crash. the deadly explosion that has flattened dozens of homes. >>> i'm sherr arery johnson. live in rowland park here ready for the kickoff of the purple friday caravan. i've got the ravens cheerleader stay tuned. you don't want to miss this. . >> this morning, this california town is on fire after a huge explosion. >>> this is the day they used an atm but this customer deposited a one-time fee ton a robber. >>> if allowed, the ravens would play the jets five minutes from now in the parking lot. however, the has their own rules and want to play it friday night. but it is purple friday. happy friday. i'm megan pringle. >> i'm jamie costello. >> special good morning to my cousin kim in from colorado. >> what a fan. >>> here's lynnette charles. >> reporter: good morning, everybody. good morning, cousin kim. the weather for t
are a woman in florida how could you possibly vote for alan grayson. i don't care what party he belongs to. how could you vote for him after he takes that entire thing? that's a total slam against women. >> as you see here, he certainly -- watch his apology. it just came out. what's not out of context by any stretch of the imagination is the fact that he has a terrible record on women's rights. i believe that's a man who refuses to apologize. >> fact check.org that looks at a lot of campaign ads, it's said it's absolutely false. it's a division of the school at the university of pennsylvania. also, the orlando sentinel has come out and reprimanded him for doing this. you got to figure if you're grayson, you just hope this controversy dies quickly. >> exactly. >> or hope that people don't ever watch the real thing. it's so disturbing. new jersey governor chris christie setting the record straight now. listen to this. >> i do not bash teachers. i bash their stubborn, self-interested union. that's who i bash. >> we will show you what happened next after that. >> but first, stuart varney wei
seats in congress is getting nasty out there. democrat alan grayson campaigning for election in florida and the controversial ad that has him in hot water. back in a moment the universe is changing captain too bad these cheap props aren't but la quinta is! la quinta inns and suites? yeah, buddy changing? lets take a gander captain they are changing! they have thousands of new rooms! and lots of neato new lobbies! they're even better than before book rooms at lq.com hey, who's captain here? (laughing) wake up on the bright side at la quinta inns and suites la quinta! bill: a "fox news alert," just breaking news now on the campus of university ovf texas, ktvc with a shot of this library where an armed gunman is spotted through the area and moving possibly into the library, an active shooter reported and the university is opened but there is an alert that has gone out to the tens of thousands of students who go to school there, and, the alert is this: stay in place and lock your doors. we're in touch with rhonda weldon the public information officer for the police department on campus, un
. >> alan grayson and suzanne are putting nancy pelosi's liberal agenda ahead of florida seniors. >> they supported pelosi's health care bill. >> which cuts $500 billion from medicare. >> we thought she was looking out for us. >> she switched her vote at the last minute. >> and grayson did some nasty name calling when people disagreed with him. >> they betrayed the trust of florida's seniors and this november we'll remember. >> 50 plus association is responsible for the advertising. >> bill: 60 plus association. joining us from washington the aforementioned karl rove. now, you co-founded an organization called america's crossroads. and there is a million of these things. basically, you guys are in business to put your political point of view across on television and radio. the "new york times" despises that. but, well, what do you think they are up to here? >> no. they don't despise that they despise it only if it comes from conservatives of. look, here are liberal groups that don't report donors, unions, move on, center for american progress. league of conservation voters. aarp.
with the republican plan do whatever it takes to preserve their own health. congressman allen grayson laid it out on the house floor about a year ago during the health care debate, remember? >> if you get sick america, the republican health care plan is this, die quickly. >> grayson took a lot of heat for that, but now glenn beck is suggesting it. maybe glenn should take a break from telling all of us to turn to god and actually try it himself. because saying that we should let fat people die is absolutely psycho talk. >>> coming up, vice president biden is telling progressives to get it in gear but i don't see his team on the street hammering the message home. they've got to embrace their base if they want a fighting chance. i'll set them state in the battle grounds stay with us. >>> and the tan man's trying to protect his rich golfing budees. he threw down the gauntlet to speaker ploselosi. >>> all of that, plus, sarah palin plays the part of big sis to tyco-talking christine okonem and "daily show" co-creator winstedt's in the house for a special edition of "club ed." are we going up? we can g
. there you see the incumbent democratic congressman alan grayson, running an add against republican opponent daniel webster, linking webster's religious beliefs to those of the taliban. >> he wants to force raped women to bear the child. >> submit to me. >> taliban webster, hands off our bodies and our laws. >> bret: well, that ad was released on final day of a sunshine state poll. that poll was taken saturday through monday. it has webster leading by seven points over grayson. as you see here, 43-36%. webster says he has taken in about $70,000 in donations since that ad came out. so we'll be using the big fox board throughout the next 34 days. that brings us, however, to our featured text to vote poll tonight. the question tonight for you: what is your opinion of negative campaign ads? you can text your answer to 36288. type sr1 for fair game. sr2 for dirty politics. we'll bring you the results at the end of the program. still ahead, breaking up, a new terror plot. we will tell you who was being targeted. ♪ [ male announcer ] you're at the age where you don't get thrown by curve balls.
bit. had been nominated three grayson -- grayson, he would be up by 20 points probably. how much does that lower the number of seats republicans are likely to pick up this time? >> may be less than you think. one analogy that has been raised -- if you look at some other republican senators elected in the 1980's, these were not the sharpest minds in the drawer. you had paula hawkins of florida. her initial splash in washington was a denunciation of food stamps at a luncheon at which she served steaks. she was not clear on the concept of public relations. a wave can wash up a lot of people on the shore. i want to interject one thing this is -- one thing, a historical pattern factual. suppose something has happened and john mccain had actually won in 2008. what kind of election would we be facing today? i do not think anyone can seriously argue that the economy would be substantially better. john mccain, and often economy, and in this counterfactual, i bet we would be talking about speculation about the absolute demise of the republican party. if things work out as forecast, i think ever
. a florida democratic congressman alan grayson label his opponent a member of the taliban and re-editing his challenger statement for keeping them honest. >>> and a north carolina republican, uses news clip to underscore his military service but edits out the part about him being indicted for murder which motivated the news reports in the first place. charges were dropped, but the ad hasn't been. >>> and new developments in the scholarship scandal involving two democratic members of congress supposed to give charity money to needy kids and instead, gave it to their relatives and staffers' kids. one of the congress people, eddie bernice johnson, claims she takes full responsibility, so how come today she refused to acknowledge any wrongdoing. we're keeping her honest. that's at the top of the hour. >> larry: that's "ac 360." 10:00 eastern, 7:00 p.m. pacific. by the way, marc lamont hill's show will premiere "our world with black enterprises." check your local stations for time. >> larry: don't ask, don't tell, repeal it? >> no. i want the gays to come out against girls in the military. >> gay
. >> reporter: in this new ad, florida democratic alan grayson likens his opponent to the taliban. >> taliban dan webster. hands off our bodies. >> i think this will be the most negative election ever. >> reporter: evan tracy has been tracking political ads for 14 years. >> reporter: incumbents are not sending a lot of time going over their bio. they're going straight at opponents. take the reid race in nevada. >> reporter: senate majority leader harry reid calls his opponent extreme in three separate ads. >> sharron angle, just too extreme. >> reporter: she struck back with this. >> it may be the most tragic love story of our time, pelosi, obama, and harry reid. >> you don't end up liking anyone when you watch some of these ads because they're so nasty. >> and there's actually some design to that. >> reporter: that's because negative ads turn off voters and depress turnout which makes it easier for campaigns to figure out just how many voters they need to get to the polls. >> barack obama is the worst president in history. >> reporter: all that negativity makes the rare light hearted ad stan
the democrats aren't doing terribly? >> grayson has released a poll that he is ahead. when you release an internal poll, you can say you are santa claus. everywhere else, people are terrified. gwen: hoping that democrats will stumble. thank you everybody. the conversation will end here, but we'll pick it up online. you can go to pbs.org to find out what else we have to and keep up with developments. we'll see you right here next week on "washington week." good night. have a labor-free labor day! >> funding for "washington week" is provided by -- rere >> we know why we're here, to give our war fighters every advantage. >> to deliver technologies that anticipate the future today. >> and help protect america everywhere from the battle states to cyber space. >> around the globe, the people of boeing are working together to give our best for america's best. >> that's why we're here. >> funding for "washington week" is also provided by exxon mobil, e harmony, the epics and excellence in journal foundation, the annanburg foundation, the corporation for public broadcasting and by contributions
grayson to his father. >> never did i imagine we would be here. >> how do you answer the question, is he going to ride the bus? >> reporter: the court is asked to allow a transition period to give up their son. they are filing an appeal on the judge's ruling. >>> the tablet computer, slated in apple's eye bad, the play -- eye pad, it should be available next year. >>> a nine-month-old orphaned brown bear has a new home. he will stay at a shelter in croatia that provides a home for bears not able to survive in the wild . provide the bear with food and for now he will be separateedfrom 6 other adult bears because they might pick on him because he is so little and cute. >>> katie couric has more. >>> americans really know about their own religion, the answer may surprise you. for that and more tonight only on the cbs evening news. >>> here is a look at tonight's, ma'am, can you identify the other airline that charged you bag fees? that's it. that one...right there. exactly how much did the other airlines make off with? ♪ it was like $25. was that one-way? or roundtrip? roundtrip. $50? did
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